CNN’s Cuomo: Protests, Church Attendance a False Comparison

CNN’s Cuomo: Protests, Church Attendance a False Comparison

August 25, 2020

During CNN’s coverage of the Republican National Convention on Monday, CNN blowhard Chris Cuomo said protesting and church attendance have “nothing to do” with each other and “you would have chaos” if you told people you couldn’t protest.

Referring to TPUSA President Charlie Kirk’s speech, Cuomo said, “I feel badly for him that he believes that that’s the world he lives in, that he’s being kept from going to church. Why? Because of a pandemic.”

But Kirk is being kept from going to church — because “in the world he lives in,” Democrat mayors and governors criminalize singing in church but allow rioters and looters free rein.

“I want to go to church. I miss going to church,” continued quarantine-breaker Cuomo. “I understand there’s a pandemic. You know who else does? My priest understands it. Oh, but you can protest. One has nothing to do with the other. You are dealing with people who are responding in this country to outrageous acts of social injustice. To say, well, it’s the same as going to church, no, it isn’t. If you told people they couldn’t protest, if you invoked martial law about these types of situations, you would have chaos.”

In addition to absolutely absurd reasoning, this is blatant whitewashing of the chaos already raging across the country — not from people protesting social injustice, but from Marxist revolutionaries who just want to see the world burn.

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